Baylor found unprecedented success in the 2014 RecycleMania competition. After seven weeks of competition, the results are in, and Baylor outranked even its own record.
RecycleMania, which allows schools from the United States and Canada compete in various recycling challenges, finished up its third week of competition.
As of last week, Baylor is posting better numbers than last year for the three main categories of competition, Per Capita Classic, Gorilla and Waste Minimization.
It’s official. The results of RecycleMania are in.
RecycleMania is an eight-week recycling competition between colleges in the United States and Canada, according to the tournament’s website. Schools report the amount of recycling and trash collected each week and are ranked in various categories. This year the contest was from Feb. 3 to March 30. The results were released Friday.
Baylor Sustainability is giving students the opportunity to recycle their waste and donate unneeded items to local charities through its Take It or Leave It program during move-out this year.
Jan. 23 marked the beginning of a nationwide recycling competition between colleges and universities.